Love Islanders Brad McClelland, 26 and Sharon Gaffka 25, reunited earlier this week and shared their first meal together after both being dumped from the villa a few weeks ago.
The pair were seen at a lovely sushi restaurant in London after the two met up for an interview prior.
Brad, the labourer from Northumberland, was seen struggling to eat his gourmet sushi with traditional chopsticks and the two couldn’t help but laugh whilst Civil Servant Sharon, from Oxford, recorded the moment and posted it on her Instagram story on Thursday.
She captioned the video: “You can take the boy out of Amble …” with the duo in fits of laughter heard in the background.
Do we see a budding relationship forming between the two?
After speaking on Capital FM breakfast show with radio hosts Roman Kemp, Sian Welby and Sonny Jay Sharon revealed that she believes Toby is the biggest game player.
“I personally think Toby is the biggest game player,” she said.
When asked why she thinks that she answered: “It’s the jumping ship so quickly, like I know he’s never been in an actual relationship… why are you jumping ship so quickly.
“One girl has one conversation with you and you’re like ‘yeah, I’m in it for the vibes’… I don’t get it.”
Questioned about whether she will reunite with Aaron she replied: “Love him as a mate, but definitely won’t be making any moves on that one there.”
Meanwhile, during this week’s episode of heat’s Under The Duvet with VOXI, Brad joined with former Sharon, interviewed by Chris Taylor who was also on the ITV2 dating show in 2019 and KISS Breakfast’s host Harriet Rose.
Brad revealed that fellow mate and Love Islander Liam Reardon, 21 always had Casa Amor on his mind he admitted that the first question he got round the fire pit was: “How long until Casa Amor? When do you think Casa Amor is?”
He explained further that the reason behind his betrayal to Millie Court was that “he is trying to test himself to see like, look, I need to get to do this so I know what I had.”
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